Combining both a classic and contemporary approach, the extent of works sees the original home transformed from a humble cottage to modern heritage sophistication.
The original restored façade imposes on the street front, with its bold black and white nature, while a step inside reveals a further story to be told.
The home, comparted over two levels, consists of four bedrooms, four bathrooms, sitting room, home office and a shared and openly connected living, dining, kitchen.
Continuous steel windows and doors situated along the north side of the home open onto an alfresco and grass area achieving a well-proportioned space for indoor, outdoor entertaining.
The heritage features enhanced throughout the home with the detailed plaster work in the original fireplace, ornamental cornice, entry archway, moulded skirting and architraves, shaker profile wardrobes aswell as herringbone timber flooring, a nod to the home’s crafted past.
With seamless integration of old to new, this complex renovation has not only done justice to, but has surpassed its original design all while remaining true to its rich heritage.
Design: GD Architecture
Photographer: Nic Stephens Photography